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Kartik Sena Sinha gets AIUDF ticket

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It is official now that Kartik Sena Sinha will contest from the Patharkandi constituency under the banner of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF).

See below the list of selected AIUDF candidates for the up-coming Assembly Election – 2011 (Phase – I) in Assam to be held on April 4, 2011.
Karik Sena Sinha has the full support of the Bishnupriya Manipuri community and other communities that make up the constituency, says Brojo Mohon of Tinokhal village. Unlike 2006 assembly election when Kartik won from the Patharkandi constituency, this election would be tough and the fight would be limited to Congress’s candidate Monilal Gowala and AIUDF’s Kartik Sena Sinha, he asserts.

Letting the electorate know about Kartik’s change of party would be tough since campaigning hasn’t yet started, says Brojo. The trump card that would sway people to support Kartik is development that the constituency has witnessed in his five-year tenure.

LIST OF AIUDF CANDIDATE

Sl. No. Name of LAC Name of Candidates
1. LA – 1 Ratabari Sri Priyada Ranjan Mallick
2. LA – 2 Patherkandi Sri Kartika Sen Sinha
3. LA – 3 Karimganj North Abdul Muqtadir Choudhury
4. LA – 4 Karimganj South Dr. K. M. Baharul Islam
5. LA – 5 Badarpur Helel Uddin Choudhury
6. LA – 6 Hailakandi Alhaj Selimuddin Barbhuiya
7. LA – 7 Katlichera Sri Jyotish Chandra Dey
8. LA – 9 Silchar Sri Dibakar Bhattacharjee
9. LA – 10 Sonai Jabarut Alom Choudhury
10. LA – 11 Dholai Sri Ratindra Das Laskar
11. LA – 12 Udharbond Sri T. H. Nanda Singha
12. LA – 13 Lakhipur Alhaj Md. Chouba Miah
13. LA – 14 Barkhola Mohammad Ali Laskar
14. LA – 15 Katigora Maulana Ataur Rahman Mazarbhuiya
15. LA – 72 Barchala Sri Karunakanta Medhi
16. LA – 73 Tezpur Sri Manik Gogoi
17. LA – 74 Rangapara Sahidur Rahman
18. LA – 76 Biswanath Hifzur Rahman
19. LA – 77 Behali Sri Malay Das
20. LA – 97 Dergaon (SC) Sri Ghanashyam Hazarika
21. LA – 100 Titabar Sri Subodh Dutta
22. LA – 103 Amguri Sri Jayanta Gogoi
23. LA – 104 Nazira Safiquddin Ahmed
24. LA – 105 Mahmara Sri Sujit Kumar Sahu
25. LA – 108 Sivasagar Amanuddin Ahmed
26. LA – 110 Nowbicha Mamun Imdadul Haque Choudhury
27. LA – 111 Lakhimpur Md. Dilwar Hussain
28. LA – 116 Dibrugarh Parvij Khan
29. LA – 120 Naharkatia Imran Uddin Ahmed
30. LA – 122 Tinsukia Sri Anata Hazarika
31. LA – 125 Dumduma Sri Bharat Yadav

Comments

  1. Relax! Aiudf cannot alone come to power they need support from other parties and also from other communities. Aiudf is having image problem. the party have to bring change the way it projects.

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  2. One more thing we shld not forget the ground reality.

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  3. Kartik Sena is a great player, as a politician or otherwise, so, he does not need my advice. He knows well what is the reason for his present mess up. I am for a strong India, (not for my huge bank balance), so I support a party with a commitment. Meantime, I also know that we are living in a highly politicised society and as BM we need a leader who can lead our community. Right now, we don't have any leader other then Mr Kartick Sena and because of this TINA factor I shall have to support him, even though, the party he has chosen is not so palatable to me. kaminimohan, dxb

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  4. I never met or talked with Kartik Sena Sinha, but I wish his political triumph simply because we need a leader to raise voice on behalf of us in political platform like assembly or Parliament.
    Ranjit/Ita

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  5. We Bishnupriya Manipuris should always understand that a strong India will guarantee our safety and growth. I do not prefer that Kartik Sena Sinha has joined the AIUDF just because of his own concern of power. One should look at the flag of the AIUDF. It looks like it is a Arab flag.

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  6. I agree that the party he has chosen just because of his own selfish concern for power is not palatable to me either.

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